Prayer in school bill passes house

A bill designed to allow public school students to express religious viewpoints and organize prayer groups has passed the House despite concerns the measure could actually lead to more lawsuits against schools.

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BrideyMurphy - 3/18/2013 11:03 PM
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Nobody is FORCING the kids to pray, just allowing them to, as it allows muslim kids to pray and display religious articles, nothing wrong with any kid, regardless of faith to be able to pray as long as it is by desire and not forced on them by someone else. What the hell is wrong with people who sue schools for allowing kids to pray, or not pray if that is their choice anyway? If you don't believe in GOD that is fine, but why do you want to take away a kids right to believe if they want to? It isn't separation of Church and State if a kid wants to pray or not, it is individuals rights to do so or not, their one else needs to be involved period!

BrideyMurphy - 3/18/2013 10:58 PM
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Lawsuits can be thrown out if a judge has the balls to do it, and it saves the state money too.
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